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September 23, 2016

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U.S. VICE PRESIDENT JOE BIDEN SPEAKS AT THE COUNCIL ON FOREIGN RELATIONS WITH CFR PRESIDENT RICHARD N. HAASS. (DON POLLARD)

U.S. VICE PRESIDENT JOE BIDEN SPEAKS AT THE COUNCIL ON FOREIGN RELATIONS WITH CFR PRESIDENT RICHARD N. HAASS. (DON POLLARD)

Vice President Joe Biden spoke at CFR about the Trans-Pacific Partnership trade deal, the ongoing conflict in Syria, and the state of U.S. and European relations with Ukraine. Watch the discussion »

 
The Coming Faceoff With North Korea
Richard N. Haass

It is increasingly likely that the next U.S. president will face a fateful decision regarding North Korea's nuclear program, writes CFR President Richard N. Haass. Read the op-ed »

UN GENERAL ASSEMBLY GETS UNDERWAY

Obama's UN Appeal
Stewart M. Patrick

The U.S. president's final United Nations address stressed his vision of a progressive world fueled by global integration, but contained little guidance about how to resolve intractable problems such as mass migration or  North Korea's nuclear program. Read more on the Internationalist »

 
A Conversation With Javad Zarif
 

Iranian Minister of Foreign Affairs Mohammad Javad Zarif discusses regional politics, nuclear security, and U.S.-Iran relations at CFR. Watch the discussion »

 
Europe's Challenges Ahead
 

"The problem of Brexit is not Brexit...The problem for Brexit is the lack of reaction of European people and the European leaders," said Italian Prime Minister Matteo Renzi in his CFR discussion on the political and economic issues facing Italy and the European Union. Watch the discussion »

 
The United States Should Sign the TPP
 

"It's massively in the United States' interests to sign [the TPP] deal," argued Prime Minister of New Zealand John Key in his conversation at CFR on the importance of the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) agreement. Watch the discussion »

 
COLOMBIA'S PRESIDENT JUAN MANUEL SANTOS PRESENTS THE FARC PEACE ACCORD TO THE COLOMBIAN CONGRESS. (JOHN VIZCAINO/REUTERS) / FORMER BRITISH PRIME MINISTER CAMERON SPEAKS TO CROWD DURING A 2011 VISIT IN BENGHAZI. (PHILIPPE WOJAZER /REUTERS) COLOMBIA'S PRESIDENT JUAN MANUEL SANTOS PRESENTS THE FARC PEACE ACCORD TO THE COLOMBIAN CONGRESS. (JOHN VIZCAINO/REUTERS) / FORMER BRITISH PRIME MINISTER CAMERON SPEAKS TO CROWD DURING A 2011 VISIT IN BENGHAZI. (PHILIPPE WOJAZER /REUTERS)

COLOMBIA'S PRESIDENT JUAN MANUEL SANTOS PRESENTS THE FARC PEACE ACCORD TO THE COLOMBIAN CONGRESS. (JOHN VIZCAINO/REUTERS) / FORMER BRITISH PRIME MINISTER CAMERON SPEAKS TO CROWD DURING A 2011 VISIT IN BENGHAZI. (PHILIPPE WOJAZER /REUTERS)

What to Watch for in the Presidential Debates
Elizabeth N. Saunders

As the presidential debate season opens, expect plenty of contrasts between how Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump view U.S. interactions in the world. Read the Expert Brief »

 
Repeating Iraq's Mistakes in Libya
Steven A. Cook

The British House of Commons Foreign Affairs Committee's new report on Libya details how the British, French, and American governments repeated in Libya in 2011 many of the mistakes that had led the United States and coalition forces into Operation Iraqi Freedom in 2003. Read more on From the Potomac to the Euphrates »

 
Reducing the Threat of Cyberattacks
Adam Segal

Congress should help create new incentives for individuals and companies to expose and fix software vulnerabilities called "zero-days." Read the Cyber Brief »

 
Paying for Colombia's Peace Deal
Matthew M. Taylor

On October 2, Colombians will vote in a plebiscite on a peace deal with the Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia. But implementation, including reducing the drug trade, public forgiveness, and actually paying for the peace deal, will be difficult. Read more on Latin America's Moment »

 
What's Next for Cambodian Politics?
Joshua Kurlantzick

Always dangerous, Cambodian politics now seem to have reached a new level of viciousness ahead of 2017 local elections and 2018 national elections. Read more on Asia Unbound »

An Audio Preview of the World Next Week

An Audio Preview of the World Next Week

In this week's podcast, James M. Lindsay and Robert McMahon discuss the expiration of Afghanistan's power-sharing agreement, the first U.S. presidential debate, and U.S. regulations on semi-autonomous vehicles. Listen to the podcast »

 

WORLD EVENTS CALENDAR

September 26
First Presidential Debate in New York
CFR Resources on: Campaign 2016 »

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INSIDE CFR

Former Prime Minister of the United Kingdom Tony Blair, United Nations Educational, Scientific, and Cultural Organization director-general Irina Bokova, and Kissinger Associates, Inc. Co-Chief Executive Officer and Vice Chairman Jami Miscik discuss the role of education and civil society in preventing global extremism and raising awareness among governments. Watch the discussion »

Afghan Minister of Foreign Affairs Salahuddin Rabbani discusses the challenges and opportunities facing Afghanistan's national unity government. Watch the discussion »

Centers for Disease Control and Prevention Director Thomas R. Frieden, World Health Organization Global Ambassador Michael R. Bloomberg, Sri Lankan President Maithripala Sirisena, World Health Organization Director-General Margaret Chan, ABC News Chief Health and Medical Editor Richard E. Besser, and the Philippines Secretary of Health Paulyn Jean B. Rosell-Ubial discuss the growing crisis of noncommunicable diseases, specifically cardiovascular diseases. Watch the discussion »

UK Chief Medical Officer Sally Davies discusses the challenges of responding to antimicrobial resistance and the need for a global action plan following the high level meeting on Antimicrobial Resistance at the United Nations General Assembly. Watch the discussion »

Department of Energy Undersecretary for Nuclear Security Frank G. Klotz; President of the Nuclear Threat Initiative Joan Rohlfing; former Undersecretary of State for Security Assistance, Science, and Technology William Schneider Jr.; and Georgetown University's Matthew Kroenig discuss U.S. policy toward nuclear modernization, the costs and benefits of developing a new generation of nuclear weapons, and the effects on the balance of power among nuclear states. Watch the discussion »

 
A New Book by Jonathan Tepperman

A New Book by Jonathan Tepperman

In a new book, THE FIX: How Nations Survive and Thrive in a World in Decline, Managing Editor of Foreign Affairs Jonathan Tepperman examines ten places all over the world where governments have faced seemingly intractable problems and managed to solve them—from eradicating extreme poverty in Brazil, to reforming immigration in Canada, to fighting corruption in Singapore. Read an interview with Tepperman on his new book on ForeignAffairs.com.

 
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